Colorado's economy continues to recover but faces some "headwinds" due to the COVID-19 delta variant and continuing supply chain issues, according to a pair of state forecasts released Tuesday.
Job openings continued to rise in July, even as unemployment rates remained elevated.
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A new jobs report for the month of August found U.S. employers added 374,000 nonfarm, private sector jobs, far short of the 600,000 estimated by Dow Jones.
Former Federal Reserve official Donald Kohn sounded the alarm about what he characterized as an imminent global financial crisis during a recent symposium on economic policy.
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Business filings in the second quarter of the year indicate Colorado's economy is "firmly in recovery mode," the secretary of state's office.